Knightsbridge School

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Template:Infobox UK school Knightsbridge School is a coeducational preparatory school for children aged 3–13 in Kensington and Chelsea, London. The school name itself comes from a road which runs from Hyde Park, spans the City of Westminster and passes through Kensington and Chelsea.

The Good Schools Guide described the school: "Formality is definitely not the name of the game at Knightsbridge School. Teachers are called by their first names with an added Mr or Miss in the junior school. [...] Classrooms contain happy, interested children listening to their teacher..."

History

Knightsbridge School first opened its doors to pupils in September 2006. It is a registered charity through its foundation.

Curriculum

The school generally follows but is not limited to the National Curriculum. A notable feature of the curriculum is the emphasis on learning foreign languages. Pupils learn Latin and French and may choose to learn a third.

Many former pupils have progressed to prestigious independent schools in London and the surrounding area including City of London School, Eton College, Harrow School, Queen's Gate School and Latymer Upper School.

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